Now we all know this series and grown to love it. First one was one of the funniest and original I’ve seen as a young person. Now this third film didn’t do much justice. They could have skipped doing Men in Black 3. But yet they did it anyway.
Agent J and K been partners for a long time now and still K doesn’t share much with J about him. One day an alien escape a prison on the moon to go back in time and assassinate agent K. So when Agent J wakes up nothing is the same and he can feel it. Agent K isn’t there and no one seem to remember him – only remember him as an agent who died in 1969. So, Agent J goes back in time to 1969 to save agent K from being killed from this alien.
He meets a different K, the one he always wanted to know. But there is something that changed him in time and during this time travel agent J finds out why and himself get alot of answers about his father.
Yes, the film is alright but it isn’t good as the first one. Men in Black 3 is a film you can see when you want to kill some time.
You see actors like Will Smith, Tommy Lee Jones, Josh Brolin, Emma Thompson, Jemaine Clement, Mike Colter and many more.
Yesterday evening I saw that a movie I been wanting to see for a long time was on the British Netflix – The Family.
The main characters are being played by Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer, Dianna Agron, John D’Leo and Tommy Lee Jones. It’s a comedy movie filled amazing funny action. The story isn’t like any other movie I’ve seen in a long time.
A mafia boss (Robert DeNiro) from Brooklyn, NYC testifies against his entire mafia family. So he now have to live on the run with FBI (Tommy Lee Jones) and his family (Michelle Pfeiffer, Dianna Agron & John D’Leo). The entire family have what you can call short temper. And they got their own speciality. The daughter beats up guys, the son takes on his new bullies, the wife doesn’t like when someone works against her when she tries to fit in and the father kills or hurts anyone who doesn’t agree with him and all of this is being while they’re under witness protection and Tommy Lee Jones is having a hard time figuring out where he should put the family next.
It’s an amazing movie with so much humor and creative violence. I wouldn’t say you should see this with your children because it contains a good amount of swearing words. I’d say +13 and up.